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Leaked hospital documents paint a far different coronavirus story
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Leaked hospital documents paint a far different coronavirus story

That's because the documents show that hospitals across America are preparing for more than half-a-million deaths and possibly more than 96m infections. Those numbers and the revelations come directly from a leaked hospital presentation that found its way online early Saturday morning. Here's what we've found from the shock document leak: More than 480k are expected to die from the virus. 96m infections are believed to be on the horizon, a significant chunk of the U.S population. According to these documents, the threat level from this virus appears to be far higher than Americans are being told. The presentation is called 'What healthcare leaders need to know: Preparing for the COVID-19' on February 26. The documents appear to have been shown to multiple U.S hospital organisations...
Two people in FL have died from the Coronavirus + the  latest
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Two people in FL have died from the Coronavirus + the latest

Turns out the East Coast now has even more confirmed deaths from the coronavirus. According to officials, two recorded deaths in the state of Florida have now taken place following patient' complications from the virus. Here's the latest round-up of news on this topic: According to the CDC, there are roughly about 330 cases in the U.S as of this writing.The United States has now recorded 17 deaths in total. John Hopkins confirmed on Friday that more than 100,000 have been infected worldwide. One of the deaths in Florida was a previously unannounced case, that had previously been only a presumptive one. The other was a man older than 70 with underlying previous health conditions. Facebook is now banning ads selling medical masks, although nobody's quite sure if they're actually medi...
The Coronavirus has hit a subsidiary of Facebook
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The Coronavirus has hit a subsidiary of Facebook

It seems that outside of privacy issues and general annoyance, Mark Zuckerburg has a much larger problem on his hands. According to Buzzfeed News, a member of staff at a charitable foundation he shares with his wife Priscilla Chan has tested positive for the coronavirus. Ian Tuttle/Getty Images - Priscilla Chan Zuckerberg / Mark Zuckerberg “All employees have been notified, including those who were in close contact with the person,” said the spokesperson. “We will continue to take all necessary steps in line with public health protocols. All CZI employees are being encouraged to work from home until March 23.”
About those Coronavirus memes involving cash
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About those Coronavirus memes involving cash

Although they're posed as meant to be funny -- turns out the warning that came with them is actually very real. This week, the World Health Organisation issued a warning reminding people that the virus can actually live on your money and that people should be wary of using cash that they may not know where it came from. In their warning, WHO, mentioned the following pieces of information. 'We know that money changes hands frequently and can pick up all sorts of bacteria and viruses and things like that. 'We would advise people to wash their hands after handling banknotes, and avoid touching their face.
Two more people have tested positive for the coronavirus in NYC
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Two more people have tested positive for the coronavirus in NYC

The coronavirus is still wildly spreading -- and pretty soon New York may actually look a little more chaotic than normal. In a city already wiped clean of sanitization products -- the mayor confirmed this morning that two more people have tested positive for the coronavirus. Bill De Blasio said during an appearance on MSNBC that a woman in her 80 's and a man in his 40 's both have the virus and are in the ICU in the city. No further information was given.
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